Whether you are buying or selling, Karen is all you need to know. This native Houstonian, a role model for businesswomen of all ages is passionate about giving back to her community. Karen's unstoppable energy, knowledge of all things Houston, and captivating personality make her one of the Bayou City's most outstanding Realtors.
In every real estate transaction, Karen endeavors to do the right thing for each individual involved. "I see helping people buy & sell homes not as a job, but as a calling. I truly care about people, so honesty and sincerity are my top priorities in each transaction," she says. Repeat referrals and a prodigious customer retention rate are a testament to her work ethic.
Since joining Martha Turner Sotheby's International Realty in 1996, Karen's excellence, integrity and professionalism have been recognized not only with repeated Martha Turner Sotheby's International Realty Circle of Excellence membership, but also with her induction into, and continued membership in, the Martha Turner Sotheby's International Realty Hall of Fame, an honor bestowed only to agents who qualify for the Circle for five consecutive years. The Martha Turner Sotheby's International Realty Number One Top Producer company-wide in 2004, Karen is rated among the top one percent of agents in Texas by Texas Monthly and is consistently acknowledged as one of Houston's top real estate professionals by the Houston Business Journal and H Texas Magazine.
When not at work, Karen spends her time with her beloved husband, children and grandchildren. Karen currently volunteers her time as a member of the Board of Directors of the Jewish Family Service, as a current member (and two-time President) of the Women's City Club, as a member of the Advisory Board of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (and former member of the JDRF board), and as a member of the Bunker Hill Elementary School Community Improvement Team, having previously served on the Community Improvement Teams for Frostwood Elementary School and Spring Branch Middle School and as a former member of the Board of Trustees of Congregation Beth Israel.